React Hook Form – Form Validation Hook based on Uncontrolled Components

Now this is an interesting approach, building further upon Uncontrolled Components: The React Hook Form (react-hook-form) library provides a new form validation mechanism which embraces uncontrolled form validation and support controlled components. The core idea is to register HTML input’s ref into the custom hook and therefore subscribe to its input value, validate and evaluate […]

Run Lighthouse in a CI Pipeline using lighthouse-ci

Lighthouse CI is a set of commands that make continuously running, asserting, saving, and retrieving Lighthouse results as easy as possible. npm install -g @lhci/[email protected] lhci autorun – || echo "LHCI failed!" Comes with default configurations for Travis, GitHub Actions, Circle CI, GitLab CI, and Jenkins. lighthouse-ci →

Making a Better Custom Select Element

24ways – the advent calendar for web geeks – is back! First post is “Making a Better Custom Select Element” in which Julie Grundy tries to create an accessible Custom Select Element: Sometimes, I can’t recommend the select input. We want a way for someone to choose an item from a list of options, but […]

The Power of the JSON.stringify() replacer parameter

As previously detailed (2013 😱), you can use JSON.stringify()‘s second replacer parameter to pluck specific fields from it, by passing in an array: var person = {"name":"Jim Cowart","location":{"city":{"name":"Chattanooga","population":167674},"state":{"name":"Tennessee","abbreviation":"TN","population":6403000}},"company":"appendTo"}; JSON.stringify(person, ["name", "company"], 4); // ~> "{ // "name": "Jim Cowart", // "company": "appendTo" // }" As Pawel explains the parameter can also be a function, to […]

Manage React State with zustand

Small, fast and scaleable bearbones state-management solution. Has a comfy api based on hooks, that isn’t boilerplatey or opinionated, but still just enough to be explicit and flux-like. import create from 'zustand' const [useStore] = create(set => ({ count: 1, inc: () => set(state => ({ count: state.count + 1 })), dec: () => set(state […]